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They really do think we’re incredibly stupid:  

One handshake, one hug and one selfie at a time. If President Joe Biden could greet every American this way, longtime allies say, his approval ratings would soar.

It might be a small child — Biden likes to carry some cash so he can discretely slip kids a few dollars and encourage them to buy ice cream. It might be someone who stutters — they come in for special attention from the president.

Don’t forget little girls and women.  They “come in for special attention” too.  So does John Fetterman’s wife:

President Joe Biden appeared to endorse Democrat Senate candidate John Fetterman’s wife, Gisele Barreto Fetterman, in Pennsylvania on Thursday, telling her she would be a ‘great lady’ in the Senate.

‘John, thank you very much for running. I really do appreciate it,’ Biden began. ‘And Gisele, you’re going to be a great, great lady in the Senate.’

Uh, I thought John was running for the Senate.  Oh well.  Fetterman’s only debatedidn’t go well for him: 

From the beginning, it was clear that this was going to be a rough night for Fetterman, who opened up the debate by announcing, ‘Hi, goodnight, everybody.’

And this:

And I believe they haven’t have any businusses being being. You can’t have businesses being subsidized by not paying… individuals that just simply can’t have avave [sic] to pay their own way.

I’ll have more on the debate in a stand-alone article on Saturday.  In a last-ditch effort to preserve D/S/C fortunes before the mid-terms, Biden is pushing an “assault weapon” ban again, and he’s also going after “round” and bullets:

Okay Joe.  And did you know Joe’s grandpa was an All American football player?

Neither does Joe.  I’m sure he was told there would be no math:

So that’s why gas prices are so high:

In the middle of this question, President Biden fell asleep:

Uh, didn’t that one get overturned?  You know, it’s not actually the law anymore?

Nah, Joe’s not too old.  Why do you ask?

Well, I think, think Gloria should take a look, uh, uh, I think it’s a legitimate thing to be concerned about anyone’s age, including mine. I think that’s totally legitimate. But I think the best way to make the judgment is to, uh, to, y’know, watch me. You know, am I slowing up? Am I — don’t have the same pace? Or, you know, uh, and that old joke, you know, uh, um, everybody talks about the, you know, the new seventies fifties and all that stuff, you know, I’ve, you know, could be – I — I’m a great respecter of faith. I could get a disease tomorrow, I could, you know, drop dead tomorrow. But I, you know, in terms of my energy level, in terms of how much I’m able to do, I think people should look and say, ‘Is he, c –, does he still have the same passion for what he’s doing?’ And if they think I do and I can do it, then that’s fine. If they don’t, then they should vote against me. Not against me, they should encourage me not to go. But that’s not how I feel. [Here he puts his hands on Capeheart’s shoulders and moves in close, as the MSNBC sycophant laughs nervously.] I can’t even say the age I’m gonna be. I can’t even get it out of my mouth.

Who’s Gloria?  Look: a squirrel!

Voting rights?

House Majority Whip Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) said Thursday on MSNBC’s ‘José Díaz-Balart Reports’ that he believes it would be foolish for Americans to vote based on inflation concerns rather than ‘voting rights.’

Díaz-Balart asked, ‘Congressman, what do you say to people who say Washington can talk about all these big programs and everything else, but I’m worried about the cost of food? I’m seeing the cost of eggs shoot up, chicken, gasoline, you know, coming now with the winter heating. These are all concerns that hit very directly to people.’

Clyburn said, ‘Well, let me make it very clear, all of us are concerned about these rising costs. All of us knew this would be the case when we put in place this recovery program. Any time you put more money into the economy, prices tend to rise. We do know that price gouging takes place, and that’s what we’re concerned about in Georgia.’

I guess we’re so stupid we can’t be concerned about more than one thing at a time.  And how is that horrible voter suppression going in Georgia?

Specifically, more blacks than ever before have already voted:

Of course not.  There is great insanity loose in the land:

A Vermont school district under fire for allowing a biologically male student to use the girls’ locker room has suspended a father from his position as soccer coach for using male pronouns to refer to the trans-identifying student.

Travis Allen has been suspended without pay from his job as the Randolph Union Middle School girls soccer coach, Orange Southwest School District Superintendent Layne Millington said in a Tuesday letter. His suspension follows a Daily Signal report highlighting his daughter’s discomfort at a biological male using her locker room while she was changing.

The superintendent, who did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Daily Signal, said that Allen was being punished because he “misgendered a transgender student in our district.”

Here’s more:

Wait a minute.  So now being allowed to vote for the candidates you want is destroying Democracy?  Is there anything other than not voting only for Democrats that doesn’t destroy “Democracy”?  Hell, I’d do it for a million, even:

Local officials canceled an event scheduled for Wednesday in San Francisco’s Noe Valley Town Square to celebrate a single public toilet that will cost as much as $1.7 million to build and won’t be completed until 2025. This after a San Francisco Chronicle columnist called out the ‘mind-boggling’ and “maddening” details of the project.

California Assemblyman Matt Haney who secured the $1.7 million funding from the state to install the toilet, told the outlet that he now considers the price tag ‘inexplicable.’

Not when you consider the costs government imposes on building anything in California.  I’m sure it’s ultimately Trump’s fault, or maybe DeSantis.

Uh-huh.  Actually, kids were out a minimum of seven months, and many, longer.  New York State is always good for rampant stupidity:

I suspect New Yorkers know why that’s important to them.  Not being robbed, beaten, mutilated, raped, maybe even staying alive?

Suuuure he has.  So that’s a “yes” then…  

A federal agency is concealing whether a judge spent time at work browsing pornography after a conservative watchdog group requested the government hand over proof, according to documents obtained by the Washington Examiner.

Robert Lesnick was an administrative law judge from 1979 to 2019 at the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission, an agency that reviews legal disputes for the Department of Labor. However, in July, the agency’s three commissioners recused themselves from having to release documents that could implicate Lesnick for viewing pornography on taxpayers’ dime, records show.

Gee, I wonder to which political party Lesnick belongs?  But of course she did: 

A self-described ‘woke’ Pentagon equity chief, who is currently under probe over anti-White tweets uncovered by Fox News Digital, recommended a ‘social justice’ book for classrooms which called 9/11 first responders ‘menaces.’

Kelisa Wing is a diversity, equity and inclusion chief at the Pentagon’s education wing – the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA). She is involved in curriculum at DoDEA, which services over 60,000 military-connected children at 160 schools around the globe, according to a press release announcing her position in December 2021.

Fox News Digital found that on two occasions DoDEA’s diversity, equity and inclusion chief promoted the anti-police book “Between the World and Me” by Ta-Nehisi Coates while representing herself as an employee of the Pentagon’s education wing.

Well, they certainly loved the idea in Wyoming:

Onetime top Republican strategist and insider Bill Kristol has already gone to the other side with his anti-Trump attacks and his embrace of the Democratic Party. But now, he has cemented his switch by praising House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s creation of the Jan. 6 inquisition and elevation of another GOP rebel, Rep. Liz Cheney, as the co-chair of the panel.

‘I think Nancy Pelosi does not get enough credit for doing everything she did to put Liz Cheney front and center at the Jan. 6 committee,’ he said in a Zoom conference sponsored by the liberal think tank NDN.

‘How much resistance must there have been to that? Nancy Pelosi has to tell her own members: A.) Liz Cheney’s going to be on the committee. B.) She’s going to be vice-chair. C.) She’s going to be the star of the committee,’ he told NDN President Simon Rosenberg.

Woke overload:

I feel like I need to give like an epilepsy warning before revealing to you the wokest and most inclusive Pride flag of all time.

This comes courtesy of Microsoft and their work in the metaverse to include as many gender and sexual minorities as possible and include them on a singular flag. 

This flag combines 40 different flags from LGBTQIA+ communities around the world, including: Abrosexual, Aceflux, Agender, Ambiamorous, Androgynous, Aroace, Aroflux, Aromantic, Asexual, Bigender, Bisexual, Demifluid, Demigender, Demigirl, Demiromantic, Demisexual, Gay/MLM/Vinician, Genderfluid, Genderflux, Genderqueer, Gender questioning, Graysexual, Intersex, Lesbian, Maverique, Neutrois, Nonbinary, Omnisexual, Pangender, Pansexual, Polyamorous, Polysexual, Transgender, Trigender, Two Spirit, Progress Pride, Queer, Unlabeled.

I thought there were at least 57 of these?  We’re gonna need the big box of Crayons.

Guess what color she is?  Yup: white.

Centennial School Board candidate Jessica Schwinn suggested white people who quote Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are racist and accused them of advocating for white supremacy.

But of course.  How could appreciating the words of a prominent  black man be anything other than white supremacy?  How’s Kamala Harris doing?

Uh Joe, that’s about 38%.  And she’s got just the political capital to do it:  

U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney will not give Harriet Hageman her vote.

On Sunday’s ‘Meet the Press,’ Cheney said Hageman, the Republican winner of the August primary, will not get her endorsement because of Hageman’s position on the 2020 election.

The former President Donald Trump-endorsed frontrunner to be Wyoming’s next U.S. House representative has pushed election fraud claims during her campaign.

‘I think no one of any party should be voting for people who are election deniers, and I think we have to be clear what it means to be an election denier,’ Cheney said.

Cheney also said she won’t vote for secretary of state candidate Chuck Gray, a Republican state representative from Casper. Gray is largely expected to be the next secretary of state in Wyoming as he faces no opponent in the general election.

It’s that kind of political acumen that got Liz an epic electoral ass kicking in Wyoming.  She also thinks she can lead a new third party.  Biden isn’t the only one with dementia:  

Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., expressed disbelief that ‘anybody’ would vote for Republicans, in an interview with The New York Times on Monday.

The paper pressed Pelosi on ‘troubling’ data for Democrats this November. But Pelosi ‘rejected the suggestion that late-breaking trends seem to favor Republicans,’ according to The Times.

‘Part of it is, I cannot believe anybody would vote for these people,’ she said, before bashing Republicans’ campaign strategy as ‘endless lying and endless money.’

I believe the technical term is “projection.”  Even Red Jen (I’m not referring to her dyed hair) is saner than crazy eyebrows Pelosi:

Nope.  Don’t feel sorry for these nitwits:

Oh, so that’s the cause of all the crime…

And Adams used to be a high-ranking NYPD cop.  But at least Joe is making a difference in fighting crime:

Guess not then.  At least he’s on top of the student loan thing:

Biden’s midterm strategy:  

As Christopher Rufo put it, ‘Biden’s closing argument for the midterms is to promote puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, mastectomies, and vaginoplasties for minors — a position that is opposed by 79% of voters. Bizarre move to make radical gender theory his final pitch.’

D/S/Cs haven’t managed to destroy everything and everyone:

Except for Warfield, too stupid to survive.